Sarah Mulrooney

Name: Dr. Sarah Mulrooney
Position: Lecturer
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Sarah Mulrooney


Sarah is a lecturer at the Cork Centre for Architectural Education (MTU & UCC). After her graduation with a B. Arch (Hons) from UCD in 2002, Sarah worked in private practice in Cork, completing her professional practice exams and gaining full membership of the Royal Institute of Architects in 2007. She began lecturing at CCAE when it opened in 2006 and is currently the History and Theory of Architecture course coordinator. Sarah is on three interdisciplinary panels supervising three architecture doctoral students. She supervises fourth-year dissertation students and also lectures in the first-year design studio. As part of her doctoral research commenced in 2008, she was awarded a scholarship by the trustees of the JFK Foundation to pursue studies at Yale University in 2011. UCC awarded her PhD in 2014 for her thesis entitled The Architecture of Influence: Paul Rudolph’s Art & Architecture Building at Yale. Recently, she contributed a chapter entitled ‘Shared vision, shared courtyards, Dundanion Court, Cork 1964-1968’ to a book entitled Irish Housing Design 1950-1980: Out of the Ordinary, Routledge, 2020. She has been invited to deliver guest lectures at the University of Limerick, Dublin School of Architecture and University College Dublin. Sarah is an RIAI Architect Accredited in Conservation at Grade 3 since 2021.

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